social media

In the last 5 years, twice as many foodservice directors running on-campus c-stores have turned to social media to reach their customers, and it might actually be working.
Healthy-snack mandates, yucky food photos and Chipotle-like health scares are among the things keeping noncommercial operators up at night.
From unconventional spins on vegetables to new ways to deliver customization, these are the ideas we will long remember from this year's culinary conference...
50 great ideas
Not only are these ideas imaginative and inspiring, they work hard to improve business and drive trends. They are easy to steal for noncommercial as well.
These restaurant chains’ wins can be other foodservice operators’ gains. Here are some of the best practices used by the standouts to engage their audiences.
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Hubspot, a software marketing company, reports Facebook posts featuring images garner 53 percent more “likes” and twice as many comments as text-only items.
With an integral role in the nutritional lives of students, employees, patients and seniors, FSDs are called upon to support, nurture and shape communities.
colleen brewer
Colleen Brewer has made a difference at Sodexo by creating a safety video, promoting social media and developing a plan to increase revenue.
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I developed a program for undergraduate nutrition students called Dining Diplomats.
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After several members of our staff attended a class on smartphone photography, we came back and trained the rest of our staff to take pictures of the plates they prepare.

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